Ulu Muda Forest Reserve: Fragile nature left unprotected


  • Nation
  • Friday, 29 Mar 2019

Keeping a close eye: Earth Lodge chief executive officer Hymeir Kamarudin (centre) briefing visitors during a stop along the trail of upper Muda River.

ALOR SETAR: The Ulu Muda Forest Reserve is rich in biodiversity but all this could soon disappear if nothing is done to protect the natural habitat and wildlife.

Although the Kedah government have revoked logging permits in the massive jungle, the fragile ecosystem can still be easily accessible via the logging roads.

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